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... more than one hour a locale, that I would write totally stream of consciousness, that I would allow for no editing (as I type or after the fact) and that I would be totally truthful. All of that is to say that I don’t relish in sharing my inability to digest Feta or to live communally. I really don’t. These are my crazy human things. I don’t want you to know about them. Furthermore, the inclusion of these things in this journal only reflects ...
... The houses are very close together often one house straddling an archway. The reason for this according to Joseph, was so the villages could run along the roof tops to the safety of the fort all the while firing down on the pirates. Also the town was built so high to be under the protection of the fort and they could see the pirates arriving. The town is beautiful and commands views over the twin harbours and the valleys around. (Well it has not taken me very long ...
We awoke to see the ancient city of Monemvasia off our side, the starboard side, of Silver Spirit. We have slowly sailed over night to Monemvasia, a unique ruined medieval city. The entire castle-city is built on a rock that appears barren from the mainland but, upon later inspection, offers impressive walls and remains after entering what they call the castle which is, in actuality, a small city.
Silver Spirit anchors in a natural harbor and, ...
13 OCTOBER 2012 - (Cont’d) - We had a great drive today from Sparta, only a few hours driving through some beautiful countryside and on great roads. Happier today. Just before Skala we saw stopped and took a few photos of some stunning scenery of the mountains with gorgeous olive and fruit trees and backdrop of mountains. We arrive in gorgeous Monemvasia, a medieval town which according to our Lonely ...
Monemvasia was a funny one: originally it wasn't even slated as a place to visit, until Leanne put her small but weighty foot down.
'It's very out of the way' I proclaimed, eager to have my own way. Our time in the Peloponnese is limited by the amount of days we can afford to spend there, and dividing it up so we don't miss anything is difficult.
'But I want to see it' she replied.
'It will take to long and be too hard to get there,' ...
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